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  #1150249 8-Oct-2014 20:41
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hope this new drawing on paint helps
how does it look?

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  #1150256 8-Oct-2014 20:55
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yes blue white are going from the demarc point into the orange and white line on the master splitter. the splitter is made with only orange and white input.
will it work? 


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  #1150258 8-Oct-2014 20:59
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ohh i see where i went wrong in the first picture hahahah, sorry about that :P

since all seems to look well, ill post results of how things go, probably be done in december, right after exams :P 

thanks for your help :P


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  #1150260 8-Oct-2014 21:06
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Yep, looks all good.

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  #1190210 7-Dec-2014 20:00
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UPDATE: Like i said, i was gonna go ahead with this install in December. 

Although it seemed very risky at first, it became a very simple procedure with your help. 

Successfully installed the filter at the demarc point with the new cat5e ADSL ONLY cord leading to a new a new wall jack in the garage. :)

Speeds jumped from 100 - 300 kbs to 800 - 1100 kbs

Hoping to install another jack in the living room tomorrow. 

Once again, thank you for all your help 

Krishneil :P

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